35 Burst results for "ULA"
Benches Clear in Yankees-Mets Game Over Alleged Whistling Drama
"We had a good one in the subway series last night mets and yankees bottom of the six. It's good because it got a little petty. You got a little bit of everything. Rex ula baseball. And you watch this one. Francisco door launches this home run. Its second of the night. But it's about what he's doing that's going to cost issues. He's routing the basis and he's making a whistling motion to the field. They're mocking the yankees. Who they said was whistling on saturday to alert their hitters. To the fact that a mets pitcher was tipping. His tickets to the mets erupt. Then stanton crushes this one. And he's he whistled that thing in case whistling dixie. So now they're talking. Then we would get the benches clearing but you know it's baseball so they'll just talk a little bit. He'll do the thumbs down. And the fittings honored they'll stand there and stare at each other in the move on game tied at six tensions are high for lyn door knocks. The yankees out of the playoffs for now keeps their playoff hopes alive. Mets go on to win seven and six. It's been a tough year francisco lindor but that was certainly sweet as the metro on
"ula" Discussed on Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast
"Yeah thanks tory. that was Very thorough You know when the sec granted the licenses for these mega constellations and of course this is being replicated at other governing entities all over the world the number of satellites in orbit didn't seem to be a factor at all and that hasn't been a limitation on saying. Check your kepler good to go you know one. Good to go spacex. So is there a limit i mean. Is this this this this scenario you outlined about trying to put something into this. Very congested environment is is challenging enough. I mean what. Is there a technical solution to this. Do you like go straight up and then come back down to the orbit you want or how. How can this be managed and still have all the wonderful new iphone lak- inventions that mega constellations promised to provide internet everywhere. So you know. The short answer is yes. This is a problem that can be solved. And yeah it's worse solvent. Because these mega constellations are promising some really amazing capabilities and so we can manage it. It's not something that can't be done and we should stop. No not at all. These are going to be well worth it and while you know you've been covering this a long time you know you're gonna nixon you know you're going to be on the trajectory analysis team. Yeah one solution would go up and come back down there. Are you know there are others. You know i would. I would suggest that You know sort of the framework that i'm asking people to consider is first to actually manage the physical density of the shells. So that's the first thing no there isn't i would say in a limit that would be you know we would run into right away and we'd oh you can't do mega constellations because you can't be that close together no but you do need to manage it. You d need to manage the density of any part of the shell even as a function of time. So that's the first thing we need to have analysis and study and policy around just exactly that in some cases you might have fewer spacecraft or you might simply ask them to be over a larger depth of altitude so that they're not jammed into a tiny shells so that there are only maybe one hundred kilometers apart in hundred kilometers. Sounds like a lot. But it's not if you have these. Big uncertainty bubbles around them that we're also trying to fly around which brings us to the next thing which is much greater precision in in real time tracking where every object is so that uncertainty won't get smaller and that's essentially like having either many fewer spacecraft in the shell or having the shelby much larger. So that sort of the next thing you do after that we really want only by the way. I should pause there for a minute and say that requires cooperation of the operators that is not only the space force job to somehow have better models are better radars. One of the things that we expect to see we see now in the first. Mega constellation is that the space craft cannot autonomously reposition themselves in orbit to avoid colliding with one another. That's a good thing. We don't want them collecting with one. Another zachary clouds of space debris however today the space force has to just observe that one of the.
"ula" Discussed on Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast
"Just in the last couple of years with his first mega constellation in for the first time. Ever we have to think about that as a physically dense region of space normally when we consider a a a license for a spacecraft operator in the government issues those the focus is on and interference in the are of spectrum. It's not that the space craft are gonna run into each other. You know or or be fit to physically close to one another when they say when they issue a license and say well you can have this spectrum in this orbit at this location in the orbit there making considerations mostly driven by our if interference between one another. That's no longer the case. So this first. Mega constellation is relatively low altitude just above the international space station and for a relatively small band altitude above that that all the spacecraft existent they are physically dense their spacing is is not what we are accustomed to and what that means is that you know for else. I'll start with the launch provider like like ourselves. If you're gonna fly to a high energy orbit you go right through that you know. Through its short length can alike radio through it in it does not affect your opportunity to launch very much if you are going instead to a lower orbits say that's adjacent to adjust above. You'll sweep through that shell in a very long oblique arc ellipse and spend a lot of time in it. That actually does with the tools we have available to us today. Significantly limit our access our launch opportunities. And so when we go to space you know you're accustomed to seeing a launch window. Ride knows a forty five minute launch window for you know tories launch today or there's an hour and a half or whatever it is the way that.
"ula" Discussed on Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast
"Just been talking about really go beyond that and they're they're pretty unique to the military to the national security space needs because a commercial satellite doesn't expect to perform space situational awareness. Don't expend expect to defend themselves from adversary who might escalate a conflict in the space. They expect to be protected by the space force and so a lot of those advanced capabilities are initially really really for that for national security. And they they just don't. They're just not needed by commercial telecommunications provider who goes to geosynchronous orbit with a big spacecraft or even a mega constellation. That's gonna be in leo. They're just not there. However as we look beyond as we look beyond that a little bit further i to the artem has program that will have a permanent human presence on the moon just like doing the international space station. There will be a very large logistics activity that goes on to support that. So it's not just the first missions that were awarded under the human space launch program. Were getting gateway up there. And getting a lander there and getting the first people on the moon if you're going to sustain them people permanently in gateway people permanently on the surface where they're going you know they'll be going up and down but there's the ideas there's always somebody on the surface that takes a trucking service that's constantly bringing fuel in bringing the modules get left on the moon. Remember the lander that goes to the surface of the moon in the current architecture doesn't take off. It stays there by the apollo architecture. Only that tug takes you from the near rectilinear halo orbit were gateway is down to the lunar orbit from which they land thing goes back and forth but the other stuff is going to stay on the surface. So there's a lot there's tons there's metric tons of food water propellant equipment that is constantly going out to the moon. So that's mission. And should i share this okay. I'm going to share it. I giving you one scoops. You know. I'm gonna give you another one. You know if if if you use other less traditional or less commonplace trajectories you can take significantly more payload to someplace like the moon. So there's a kind of trajectory recall the week boundary stability trajectory or sometimes called the ballistic capture trajectory and depending on the two bodies. You're going between. This can make a significant difference in the maximum mass or payload at any given rocket can carry. It can be as much as twenty to thirty percent. More payload you talk about the earth moon system m when we're talking about a train logistics train of constant trips back and forth back and forth. That number is a pretty important number. But there's a catch. A weak stability boundary trajectory takes a lot more time and in fact to go from earth to moon on unease sort of an optical version of that trajectory can take five months. So that's some significant endurance on an upper stage because there's a burn at the end of that five months. It's not just that you let it go on. You know on earth moon trajectory like five our mission in and it goes on for five months. No you have to take it there for five months in inserted at the end of that journey. So that's a a a nasa government but none national security mission that is going to be a commercial construct for nasa that will enjoy the advanced capabilities that we're gonna put into centaur and that extends to that you know eventual commercial environment insists owner space were extracting natural resources and bringing them back to the earth and going back and forth. The five months. Doesn't matter when it's a continuous train of rockets. Going out in the logistics. Sort of wagon train if you will but it does make a big difference in payload and therefore cost..
"ula" Discussed on Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast
"More where you get to have margin so that before you go into formal qualification. You've actually got a really good feeling that you should just go right through it in be successful at that in yet also have an understanding of navy how far in engine could be pushed off nominal condition or something like that. So that's happening in. We liked the performance It's better than i expected. So that's all good in the challenges. We have or just getting getting it all done making the schedule. We're still going to drive towards having that rocket ready. Even though our payload will take longer because in our business you always want the rocket waiting on the spacecraft and not the other way around. Thanks tori. i'm before we leave vulcan Are you going to take a little more time for the tanking test. And the pathfinder vehicle now or what's that so what does that look like when will When will the tanking tests be so the tanking test is going to be just in a few weeks and yes. You're exactly right since we know. We have more time to do testing. We're going to use that time so that we can burn at risk down even further. Do more testing than we planned. And we're actually going to move the tanking out a little bit so it fits well inside the manifest. I don't have the date for you right now. Because we're rearranging the manifest a little bit and we have not released that yet either And so what we'll do in. The meantime is a lot of testing on the ground systems that are software in electronics in pneumatics focused rather than the on loading offloading propellants and. Then we'll pick the right time and will do that and probably do the tension a little more of those tests than we originally planned more testing before your first flight is always better. So you're not just on ramping. Ask robotic as a new customer. You're also one is going to be adding sierra space to the mix. And then you have to coordinate with iss schedules which are a little congressman these days. So what is it looking like. And also you recently changed your first Face to launch to lie on an.
"ula" Discussed on Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast
"Hello and welcome to the czech six. Podcast i'm jen. Damasio executive editor for defense and space. I'm here with space editor. Irene clots a very special guest tori bruno the president and ceo of the united launch alliance..
Interview With ULA's Tory Bruno
"Hello and welcome to the czech six. Podcast i'm jen. Damasio executive editor for defense and space. I'm here with space editor. Irene clots a very special guest tori bruno the president and ceo of the united launch alliance. That means he's the principal strategic leader of the organization overseeing all the business management and operations but the real reason why. We're very excited to have him with us. Today is that you a. Is on the verge of launching. Its new vulcan centaur rocket and that might be a good place to start the discussion the upcoming launch. So maybe you can open with that and tell us a little bit about the vulcan in this particular mission sure so woken is is in fabrication right. Now we've actually built the first booster already. It's not the first one that will fly. It's the first one we built a can fly in its down at cape canaveral annette's brand new mobile launch on the recall. The vlt vulcan mobile launch platform in its path. Finding for us in tanking tests. It's making sure all of the software and launch hardware and support equipment. That is involved as working properly. One of the things people probably would never guess maybe they would if they thought about it but the launch pad is actually win more complicated than the rocket. there's all kinds of pneumatic hydraulic systems and electrtonics and whatnot. So that i booster has down there doing that. It's been doing that for several months. The actual booster that we will fly first gazette. One will go back into line when it's done in flight later the one that will fly. I is in the factory right now being built. We've just put the tanks together so it looks like a booster in getting the other things that will go on it. The the pacing item. I think i've shared with irene before is still the beef or blue origin rocket engines and to sort of. Put it in context. You know whenever you develop a new rocket. You're pacing item is always software unless you have a new engine and it's always engine
Rare Mickey Mantle card sells for record-breaking $5.2 million
"Mantle baseball card is sold for a record price, CBS News correspondent Jim Chris Ula It was quite a score for actor Rob Go. He has paid $5.2 million for 1952 Mickey Metal baseball card like a splintered bat that shattered a five month old record for the highest selling sports card of all time. Former NFL linemen Evan Mathis sold the same carded 2018 for just under $3 million. There are only six of the 1952 mantle cards still in existence
Rachel Maddow Reveals Partner Susan Mikula Is Battling COVID-19 in Emotional Return to MSNBC
"MSNBC anchor Rachel Madame made an emotional return to the air Thursday night after being away for two Weeks, she said. Her partner of 21 years, Susan Muk, Ula is being treated for Cove it and at one point we really thought that there was a possibility that it might kill her. Meadow tested negative, and she urged viewers to recalibrate their decisions and plants, particularly about Thanksgiving. She urged whatever you've been willing to do to risk getting it, don't Health UPDATES. Sara Lee Kessler. NBC NEWS
Walmart pulls firearms from store shelves amid fears of possible unrest
"From its sales floor's ahead of the election over fears of potential theft of firearms of its stores air broken into during civil unrest related to the election, the firearms will still be sold. They will just be kept in secure areas. WalMart sells guns and ammo in about half of its 4700 US store That's reporter Jin Chris Ula. FBI announces federal
Interview With Hayden James
"Wary are you in? Sydney. in Sydney. Yes. So I live in Sidney Australia is camera everything's Okay you look great. Ula Great. Yeah. Yeah. Sweet Yeah in Sydney in my studio. I, live in the northern beaches, which is basically like I'm right next to manly beach and so I the Hassi with my wife and baby boy and I built a studio in one of the kids rooms and it's like a room within a room. So we kinda built it up over a COUPLA months? And when I close it all you can't hear anything. So at some I, get to let him using whatever. That's really nice man and yeah. especially with a kid to it's it's nice to be close to home but still have your own space I can come in here and cry can unknown me. It's great. Right, you can go be the baby. That's so funny man how's your quarantine? How are you guys doing out there? Honestly like okay it's it depending where you live in Australia I think the answer will be very different Yep in Sydney. It's been. Orion. It's we haven't had a huge amount of cases. I think yesterday we had like one case in New South Wales in. Sydney and You know Melbourne's a different story in complete lockdown I was speaking to a friend that lost not. So it's very different via bit Personally it's been it's been quite nice being off the road and hanging out with family being in the studio and making music of made more music than I ever have in my whole Korea basically because I'm just sat in this room, you know so. I'm just I guess making the best of a bad situation and just in doing everything I can. So when we get back out there one day we can keep going yeah. One hundred percent men I mean, are you do you enjoy long studio periods like this not necessarily because of these circumstances but like are you a studio guy? I am but actually never had this amount of time in his life in one studio. It's always been a laptop on the road. So it's it's a new focus that I have It feels really good and I'd like board new cables and stuff and new since and and kind of noting out of it more I'm loving people doing their live streams like especially like the. Disclosure, ones and those are crazy. It's just so amazing I. so even people like coming up and and and learning how to produce. It's so valuable by so that give back mentality I think is is Sonia. That's that's been really cool. Yeah. Disclosure one is crazy and I also like a lot of people are doing you know sort of demos submission listening feedback kinda streams. Where's Oh? Yeah. Yeah. Where people just send in things that working on our songs and they listen to it, you know live and give feedback and So the people. So it's like upset one in I'm not sure if they're gonNA listen to mind and go from there. I mean I think everyone has a different submission process, but I know like Actually, the way I found out about the disclosure stream was I was watching I don't know if you know Kenny beats he does like rap production stuff yet. Yeah. He does like a beat battle kind of thing where he'll put he'll give everyone a sample and then you have a few hours to make a beat and then he kinda ranks those and he'll have guest judges. So disclosure came on to judge that and that's yeah, people do. Stuff there's so many different things happening that. Never would have stayed out. So you look at it that way just like you gotTa, you gotTa make lemonade you know A friend of mine Lyndon J whose in a band called Faw I'm FA double I. Came, out with a song colds hush. Forget the song name but the point is He gave the instrumental out to everyone and everyone kind of had their own vibe on and like they were the singers instrumentalists and you got like two hundred submissions of people doing their own thing on this one bait Moore is really cool. I found. So it's yeah, it's a nice. It's it's a really crazy time and really sad because obviously it's tragic and people. In their lives and their jobs and all that kind of stuff. But I feel very fortunate to be in a position where it's like I can take this time to you know figure out what my next step is.
Is Voting by Smartphone a Good Idea?
"Did you know that you could vote by smartphone this year in West Virginia South Carolina and a certain county in Oregon? I'm Jefferson, Graham, ULA sand talking tech I'd love to tell you more. You've heard a lot of talk about voting by mail and voting in the traditional polling place. What you're not hearing a lot about is the whole idea about voting via smartphone. We all have our phones in our pocket. Why are we voting that way I? Mean if Jeff Bezos can figure out how to get money from us on Amazon, if Google and facebook can track everything? We do certainly the technology is there to vote effectively on our phone. It may be there a lot of people aren't ready for it. They're testing it this year began in West Virginia South Carolina and Mattila County Oregon, but it's only for the military and certain disabled The whole idea was sort of spearheaded by tech investor named Bradley Tusk who fit who's willing to put his money where his about this he's investing ten million dollars to make. smartphone voting a reality. He hopes that by twenty twenty, eight more of us will be doing it in the presidential election. But for right now, he'll be satisfied with testing it out with local races. They tested it earlier this year in King County Washington, which includes Seattle for an obscure conservation district election and while they did get more people voting I talked to. The people there and they said that most voters were a little wary about doing it on the smartphone didn't feel that it was secure. There's a lot of critics feel that Internet voting is not secure but Bradley, Tusk is out to prove them wrong. He is investing money and and he's he's he's behind the test right now in West Virginia South Carolina, and Oregon. I think it's a great idea I. think it participation would grow immensely I. Don't know that you could prove it couldn't be hacked, but I'm willing to give it a try love to try it out for city council, and for some of the elections, they get very poor participation.
Google Introduces Several New Products
"Hey It's Jefferson Graham Ula Santa Talking Tech I wanted to fill you in Google introduced a whole bunch of new products today. It's a little confusing what they did because they have two new phones. The cheaper one is the one with the better features the more expensive one not as great. You tell me what just happened the four hundred and ninety nine dollar Pixel for a which is the updated version of the phone that they put out in the summertime. It now connects to the five G. faster wireless networks. And again, five dollars versus seven hundred dollars for the more expensive version. Before has a larger six point two inch screen to the six inch screen on the five. It has a headphone Jack which the five does not have but the five does have a slightly more powerful battery but you tell me five hundred dollars or seven hundred dollars. Meanwhile, I would just get regular pixel for a which cells with three hundred. Fifty dollars five Jesus at least two years away before you're going to see it being really that much faster. Maybe a year I don't know. But what's out there right now is just barely faster than what we're seeing on our other phones. Now, the other big news chrome cast remember chrome cast came out a few years ago. It was a technology that let you plug this device into the back of your TV. And then cast. Media. From your phone or tablet on the TV. Pretty cool. Now, the new version comes with a remote control comes with Google assistant n a menu screen that Google is putting on your TV sets. That is called TV and it will help you navigate it. Find better stuff to watch via Google search will see can't wait to try it out finally remembered the Google home speaker, which was Google's answer to the Amazon Echo. Then they renamed nest this year there is the nest audio hundred dollar higher fidelity speaker competes with Amazon's Echo studio though the echo studios two, hundred dollars this one hundred I just got mine in the mail. And, I will be plugging it in I'll let you know how it sounds. But that is the quick update of what's new in Google land
Cheap TVs for under $300
"For under three hundred dollars. Now I'm Jefferson Graham Ula Santa talking. Tech. If you were to walk into a target best buy or some other big box retailer and you really can't miss them the rows of those large forty, three inch and fifty insets selling for two and a quarter to three hundred dollars. Four K. with built in Roku? SMART TD. Two hundred and twenty five dollars you gotta be kidding me. Well, the sets are usually made by TCL, which has three of the top five on Amazon's TV. Bestseller list or insignia, which is best buys house brand. It has the other two spots on the Amazon Chart, and again, both of them have four K. resolution built in smart TV streaming, and they can showcase programming and HDR which stands for high dynamic range producing brighter richer colors. The best buy sets answer to Alexa while the TCL sets will answer to Alexa or the Google Assistant. So what's the catch? It's minor and it's obvious. The picture quality is not as good as the mid range and more expensive TV's. But I would argue that most people wouldn't be able to tell the difference. Now if you're sitting right in front of the TV, it's going to look amazing if you're on the left or the right for the far. Away. To look good unless you spend a grand most people don't WanNa, spend a grand they want to spend three hundred dollars that built in streaming player is quite the deal it sounds small, but it's huge. Now, the old way spent twenty five dollars to a hundred dollars for a Roku or Amazon Fire TV stick and connected to an open hd mice slot on the back of the TV. Put Batteries in the road control put the streaming remote control next to the TV remote control. Turn the TV on ADJUSTER HD my settings to streaming. Then pick up the streaming remote access and control the menu. Now the new way
"ula" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Is Jim Chris Ula. I don't have her teacher's been indicted by a grand jury on a murder charge stemming from the death of his father last year. Theater knee, General Gordon MacDonald says 18 year old Joseph Beam was indicted for first degree murder in connection with the death of Jason Beam and Andrew Being has been held without bail since he was arrested last November the day authorities say his father was killed. Whatever first a Massachusetts man charged with shooting his boss and another employee at a Connecticut trucking company claims his handgun discharged by accident. Authorities say. Alan Rosario told Lacey only intended to scare his manager during an argument. He now faces assault and other charges in Tuesday's shooting outside of South Windsor Industrial building. Both of the victims in that shooting were treated and released from the hospital. I'll see. A President Thomas Bach delivers a pep talk to the Japanese government officials as well as local organizer's about the rescheduled 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games. Block talked about the reason for the postponement the Corona virus pandemic, He says a vaccine should be ready for the games next summer. There will be hundreds off millions off houses. Being available already in the first half off off the next Tio back a few details but said the IOC has been in contact with the World Health Organization. Other experts and unnamed pharmaceutical companies were sitting together in one boat. Of the only thing we have to do now is to roll. In the same direction. Surveys show a majority of Japanese companies and the public don't think the Olympics will happen next year or should happen. I made Donahue, a 54 year old Massachusetts construction worker died. His love of black licorice. Maybe one of the causes the unidentified man made about 1.5 bags of candy each day and went into cardiac arrest at a fast food restaurant. He was rushed to a hospital test Their revealed he had dangerously low levels of potassium and key acid. Part of the Licorice. Doctors say the acid can cause the body's mineral levels to get out of sync, even a small amount of licorice and raise blood pressure changes. Certainly coming this Halloween festivities for the kids. The CDC guidelines posing challenges for hosting parties or going trick or treating. But in one South shore business, they're stepping it up trying to make the best of a bad situation. If you're from around these parts, and Halloween is one of your things. Then you know about Barrett haunted mansion. It really has become a rite of passage for so many people. Owner Mary Barrett Costello and her cast of actors have been raising hairs on next for the last three decades with a combination of spine tingling chills and scream inducing thrills. But in 2020, it's just a different ball game. It's just different, so no haunted man. In this year. So merry and her crew have pivoted to a drive in theater with creature double features every Friday and Saturday night with an extra touch of fright you'd expect from the folks at barrettes. So this is what we've come up with people watching scary movies and still being scared by our characters that are roaming the grounds. Kriss Farm a W B Z Boston's NewsRadio smart speakers air.
Why Your Sales Proposal is Letting You Down
"If you're in the base of these space specific and technology. Company positions itself as innovative full thinking, and you use a pdf or pdf in the cloud is you'll cells proposal than ULA yourself down why? Well the PDF is a twenty five years. Now, it's a Maitha print technology that was never built to be responsive will be read on the myriad of screens devices we use today. Think about it. This way you'll potential client is down to you. One of the vendor you deliver a ten page PDF. The Tokyo Customhouse Company is what you do, what you deliver full them and how excited you ought to walk with him. Over forty percent of the time, you'll customer open this proposal on a mobile phone. They'll have to pinch and the screen to zoom in a woods and diagrams those go up and down furiously trying to extract the information they need. You'll competitive on the other hand Phillips. Their. Proposal has a beautiful dynamic web page. It will automatically just content to them mobile phone. A dynamic table of contents helps them move through with ease. The document includes video explainers, custom messages about what they'll deliver and how the viewer can interact with the document pricing dynamic allows them to choose the option they want. They can sign off the document from the Mobile Fund. This customer. Excited to share this internally because they found the vendor, they want to work with the one that is innovative and forward thinking what experience of message a usage ensure customer with your proposal. Many, companies been thousands of dollars on their websites to make a great first impression, but then they take a cheap oil. This is how we've always done approach the sales proposal, the document weather all scan that customer to commit to a spending upon ship with them to me. That's crazy. UNLESS, you're close to a proposal is a hundred percent. You should be looking at this document closely, and even if you'll close is one hundred percent at this point that perhaps a document will help you close down your sale cycle in your brand and help you increase your prices will remove discounts. In one of the recent daily tips, Casey Hill talks about the use of video to create a personal connection with customers. It's the same with the sales proposal. You might not get in front of everyone in the decision making process for any number of reasons. Covert is making that tough for some of the people I talk to a beautiful proposal with video in the right places can help you so and create a great impression throughout your organization might tip payers to sit down and look still came up with your team explore options and feel free to reach out to me. If you want to discuss the exact content that is helping companies closed more than deals at the point of proposal.
The best Zoom alternatives
"Is Jefferson Graham Ula, the weekend edition of talking. Tech. In your I've spent the week looking at zoom alternatives. This was in response to what happened on Monday when Zoom went out for three and a half hours causing all those remote workers and all those students on their first day of school to start screaming what am I gonNa do what am I going to do? Well, there are several alternatives out there I don't think any of them are is easy to use in smooth as as zoom, but if it ain't workman. Let's look at some of the other ones. Google meet Webex skype Microsoft teams facebook Messenger Rooms gotomeeting. Discord and Gypsy. Let's start with Google meat. That's the most heavily advertised Google is really pushing it hard. It's Kinda bare bones, but it works APP. It'll do you find the features are not there in meat like are in zoom for the best feature though is this automatic transcription feature which sounds pretty cool until you ask Google, if you could save the transcripts and they say, no, you can't nor can they translate? Google will one day get their act together. Whether. That's from CISCO IS THE BEST Round Alternative. It was originally a APP the charge you money. Now, you can get a free version for beatings up to an hour. After that you have to start paying it has all the tools you want. It's pretty simple to use. So really liked that one suggested check it out skype is the granddaddy it's. The one that started it. All always been confusing hard to get people to connect with you on skype unless they have the APP and you have the APP and they you have to approve them and I it's like the facebook buddy system where you have to welcome them in. Once they're welcome in it's great but the pro the snag is connecting. Microsoft teams is built for corporations for enterprises and If you work at a company everybody in the company Microsoft teams since notes back and forth to each other video is sort of after thought it works best if it's someone in your organization, Facebook Messenger rooms this is facebook's zoom killer. I don't think. So the idea is pretty good. You can have a private conversation with as many people as you want to have it with but by default that conversation goes to your news feed for everyone to see and everyone to join in, you're going to have to tweak some stuff in there to get it to be private. I'll skip that one goto meeting against solid it's free for up. To three participants that may not be enough for you whereby is very interesting it's Norwegian company It's really best for one to one chats. The free version will only let you chat with up to four people. After that, you'll have to pay ten dollars a month, but overall I really liked it and sharing was really easy it's worth checking out discord is really aimed at gamers. They'd like other people to start using it as they say, it's good for Yoga classes in school clubs, but there's been a lot of heat a lot of bullying on on the service. So I would I would use one the other ones finally Gypsy this is nerd paradise it's open source it's
Twin storms off U.S. developing into hurricanes
"To tropical storms that could become hurricanes pose a threat over the next few days to the southern Gulf Coast. Meteorologist Derek Van Dam, says Marco could make landfall Monday. Immediate threat. Laura is the more long term threat but the potential for more explosive development with the system as it moves across the span Ula and Cuba into the warm waters of wealth of Mexico, the sheer will not be present for the storms of the potential here exists for this to really strengthen. Before reaching the Gulf Coast By Wednesday. Winds are expected to pick up today, along with the temperature in California posing get increased threat from or dry lightning that sparked wildfires that have burned through more than one million acres of land since July. Scorching homes and claiming six
Georgia, Texas and Florida lead the country in coronavirus cases per capita
"Ticket. A White House report shows Georgia with the country's highest number of covert 19 cases per capita at twice the national average state performs fewer tests. Georgia governor Brian Can I want to continue to urge all Georgians to get tested in a lot of ways It would help me out if people where there's not much spread would go get tested because it skew the numbers, though the way minorities have been hit particularly hard by the pandemic. One example from CBS's Jim Chris Ula more than 80% of Corona virus cases in Richmond, Virginia, are among its African American and Latino populations. Latinos in the city have nearly three times the number of covert 19 cases than white residents. Health experts say. The Iris is heavily impacting low wage workers who lack paid sick leave and adequate workplace
Postal Service warns states mail ballots might not be counted in time
"There are growing concerns about mail in voting this fall. CBS's Jim Chris Ula U. S. Postal Service is warning. Several states, including crucial swing states that mail in ballots for the November election may not be delivered on time, the agency says. That's because deadline's the states have for people who request such a ballot are too close. 2 November thirds voting.
"ula" Discussed on Main Engine Cut Off
"Hello, and welcome to main engine cutoff I'm in Colangelo and we've got a long-awaited show today to get to the Inoue's finally came out on US Space Forces National Security Space Launch Program. The phase to launch service contracts have been awarded to you a and SPACEX. In that order, you will getting sixty percent of the launches space SPACEX getting forty percent of the launches so I want to talk. About the winds I wanNA talk about who lost but first some context since this is a story we've been following almost the entire life of this podcast. It's been many years in the making. Now, this is the contracting mechanism that is heavily used by the Department of Defense here in the US they cover formerly launches space force launches national. Reconnaissance Office all sorts of classified military launches. Some unclassified military launches as well. Right now, space x and Ula are launching what is called a phase one a phase one was the blocked by of contracts back in the day that went to Ucla those were flown on Delta Four Delta four heavy and Atlas Five. Then when spacex came along after some bickering in court and then spacex giving up the suit by letting the dod leading some more awards, go out to competitive bids. Phase. One kicked off and those are the launches that were actually watching right now gps launches the couple of geostationary launches that Falcon heavy has coming up towards the end of the year and next year. And that'll run for a little while and then phase two is as a batch of thirty to thirty four launches that'd be launched between twenty, twenty, two and twenty, twenty seven. So the actual awards will go out between now and twenty twenty four for those five years. And they haven't settled on an official number of launches yet, but they're thinking it'll be around that thirty two, thirty, four, number So as originally sketched face to was always going to be to provider win. So they're gonNA pick the best to launch providers. And one of them was going to receive sixty percent of the launches one forty percent of the launches. So that'll be approximately twenty launches for a thirteen to fourteen for spacex if these numbers hold as is. All along I have been expecting these to to be the winners but I was expecting space x to be the sixty percent winner and from the looks of its space x was as well. About that more in a second. But to give some background on how that decision was made, you have to look at the actual documents that were put out with the requests for proposals. They always put out this document that is the evaluation criteria. And this was the source of some strife formerly in the program The original RFP had this clause in there that said the the two offers when combined that provide the best value to the air force that was something that was protested by blue origin I think north of Grummin with Omega. Guess I should mention the launch vehicles involved that in a second the other to launch providers that didn't actually win protested that wording because it wasn't very clear as to what the evaluation criteria was So that was scrubbed from the RFP and the document went out again in late, December with the updated copy and the evaluation criteria there. Lays out exactly how they made this decision. So when it came down to it, they were using this evaluation factor chart A. Four, the four providers that put their hat in the ring here. So those were I launched lions who will be flying the Vulcan Centaur vehicle that they're still working on. It is a new vehicle that is. Reusing a lot of tech from the atlas stays. So centaurs getting an upgrade, but it's the same basic Centaur they're going to be using solid rocket boosters from north of Grummin, those are going to be flown on atlas five in the next couple of months using a new version of the RL ten engine on Centaur. So that's a little bit new new revision of that, and of course, they're using the blue origin B four engine. Alex is entirely new new fuel in the first stage. So that's probably the biggest departure for Vulcan. But you always really pushing this line that they're going to have a bunch of this tech flown before Volkan hits. Launchpad I believe that to varying degrees. I think maybe they're getting a little bit. There being looked at a little nicer than some others would be if they tried to make the same claims. SPACEX is bidding Falcon. Nine Falcon heavy. To things that are flying already there are a couple of upgrades that they'll need to make to hit all of the things that they need to do as part of phase two that includes a longer payload fairing vertical integration at launch pad thirty, nine a out at Kennedy. Space Center vertical integration in this case means. The ability to take the payload fairing with the satellite or whatever the payload is inside lift it while it's still in the vertical orientation and mounted on top of the vehicle when it's in its upright orientation that is different than what spacex does right now where they do horizontal integration, they integrate the payload onto the rocket while it's laying down and then it's lifted up. Vertically on the actual launch mount. But there are some payloads that is typically the classified types we assume spy satellites or something like that. That require being mounted vertically because of certain loads that they're not designed for two people to hold themselves in that horizontal position and then be lifted into the vertical. So that's a new development that SPACEX is going to be working on his part of this. Some renderings came out a couple of months ago about what that would look like along with the longer fairing that would be on top Falcon heavy. So those two things are included here. Potentially there could be launch site for Falcon heavy out of Vandenberg Air. Force base they never actually converted their launch pad at Vanenburg to be able to support Falcon heavy. There was never any need for it. There's a very good chance that at least one of the things that's going to be bidding for and face to our is a really big beefy satellite that's going to pull the orbit that they can't pull off from Florida with this new polar corridor out of Cape, Canaveral. So they could update the launch pad out at Vandenberg, which is. Kind of falling out of use to be honest for SPACEX, it'll pick up in the coming years as they fly some missions, they could have to convert that. To to be able to use Falcon heavy out west as well. The last two bidders. One was blue origin bidding new glen that would launch out of Cape. Canaveral. Right now, if they were to win this, I think they would have gotten a launch site at Vanenburg that was sort of the clause for people that don't have a launch site out West in. You'll as case they have the Atlas Pat Out West that they're gonNA use. And then the fourth bidder was north of Grummin bidding their Omega Launch Vehicle all solid first stage second stage, and then they had an upper stage. Was Technically, I don't remember if there was a second stage that solid I.
How Do You Make Ice Cream?
"Rubia Kamara is the chef and co owner of an cream shop called Ruby scoops, which is planning on opening up in a new location in Richmond Virginia here, the United States later this year. Rabiu is our guest for this episode and she says, she decided to make a career in ice cream when she started to think about being an adult who needed to have a job and how to have a job that feels like fun at least most of the time I realized that I was GonNa say signed working and I wanted to do some that enjoyed doing. So I went to culinary school and we learned how to make ice cream like in a machine, their small machine but I really enjoyed the process and the different things you could add to it and fell in love with it and just decided. That if I was GonNa do something for myself long-term. I wanted to be ice cream because I from my childhood even now to adult Abulat fond memories that include ice cream and I wanted to be a part of that for families and friends in people that I know and don't know into you know old a special place in their heart through. What makes your ice cream special will I I? It's delicious Zeiss Grievous but we make it all by hand. So it's all small batch make more than like four gallons at a time because of the machine and have. We do Vegetarian Gluten Free Vegan. We're working on some sugar free. So we're doing our best to make sure that we can accommodate everybody's lifestyles, dietary restrictions and slipped Reggie with cool Sitri and then ownership wise. We are black women and we're on what kind of edge does that give you that another shot might not have for us it's very important that we make people feel. Safe and inclusive and accepted because the things that we've both had issues with. Throughout our own lives, we want everybody to be able to come into the shop. We matter what they look like at identify as who they you know whatever they're going through we want them to feel safe to come and enjoy. Ice Cream cookie with themselves with whomever they desire and. Feel like that space is there's Well. That's cool. Because everybody should be able to enjoy ice cream. Absolutely. Absolutely. That's exactly. It's also the way a lot of our young listeners field. So let's hear some of your questions. Hello I'M CHARLOTTE I'll leave in Australia Newcastle and Fluffy so deny. To, learn how to Mike US Cream. I names ULA years old from Nova Scotia Canada, and I'm wondering how does not turn into ice cream? Hi May name is May and flavors up, and my question is holidays came made ice cream sounds like it's just cold cream, but there's a little more to it. So what is ice cream? So ice cream is defined as a frozen dairy dessert. That basically has air like incorporated into it while it's freezing because while the air. So the basis of it is usually heavy cream milk. Sometimes I'd guilt not always use sugar and then whatever your flavorings are gonna be. So we basically he'd all those things up together bring him to a point where all of our ron greedier become safe to eat. Whole it down and then. Put it into machine which we refer to as a batch freeze there that we would turn on as a cylinder on inside so that ice cream is spinning as getting cold. So while we incorporate air that ice cream, if you will you get basically this fluffy creamy product because when you mix. Hold an air milk. You get that texture that we all know as ice cream if it didn't spin around if you didn't get the air into it, would it just be like a block of ice to ascend? So does going to save. You don't put the air intuit things that we also know popsicles if you've ever had like a fudgesicle which is the icy but still cold that is what would happen if you didn't pump that air into it so that if you wanNA sound fancy, we referred to that freezing as. Simply. Frozen. So quietly frozen basically freezes. In like a period of inactivity.
"Today's interview is cool for a lot of reasons for one. He's in sales and for all of the emails that I get from people who are in sales and struggle with drinking at conferences and events just know that you're not allowed second dusty. That's our interviewee. Today dusty went all in. He'll explain what it's like to go to detox. He went to i. o P, which is a great kind of middle of the road option if you're not able to go to an inpatient treatment center, but you need more help than just trying to do this on your own, but this is the real kicker. He also told his CEO about getting sober. And telling our bosses or colleagues that we're struggling with alcohol is a huge scare for so many people and totally. Totally valid were very black or white people. You know and probably assumed that needing treatment is a reason that we need to be fired. You know that was an alcoholic or whatever? Where do you WANNA use and that? We just deserve to be canned and I can't stress this, too. You enough. That's not the case. If you're in a place with your drinking where you need to take the time off work to go, get healthy. That's worth talking to somebody about. Be Surprised at one. How supportive your work people might be into that. You have protection from Fmla the Family Medical Leave Act. Laws vary state by state. So this is something you're. GonNa need to do your own research on Start with googling it or ask your HR person, but saying I'm having trouble with my health and I need some help is not enough for. For you to get canned, this is not the first time either. I've heard a story. Where someone told their boss, they were struggling and got nothing but total support. It's been shared on a handful of stories on this podcast and I. Don't think they're unique. People want to help you and I think it's really brave when you can give them the opportunity to do that. The other part of this interview that I WANNA point out. That's Kinda special, because we don't always get to talk about. It is detox detoxing from alcohol? If you're heavy, drinker can be incredibly dangerous, if not deadly if you're doing it on your own especially, if you have experienced physical withdrawals before I probably not share this enough when telling my own story of sobriety with other groups, and on other podcasts, because I did quit cold, Turkey, and that wasn't safe. Alcohol withdrawal can do more than just give you seizures. It can kill you and there's no. No gold standard for measuring timeline of how long you have to drink in order to experience withdrawal by the way for anyone who was wondering why liquor stores were still open during the yeah covid nineteen like quarantine shutdown liquor stores were considered an essential business. That's why because some people are so physically dependent on alcohol that not having hall is too high of a risk for killing some people or sending them to the hospital, and that was the whole part of the quarantine is that we had to make room for all these hospital beds right? So back to detox when I quit drinking, I was in a period of heavy long-term drinking, but it was so stealth that most people had no idea, but I still went through three days of detoxing feeling like total dog shit like I had the flu. My kidneys hurt like my actual organs hurt I. had a fever sweated profusely when I slept. had a hard time or even just getting up and taking my dog out, and I was also an idiot for not telling my doctor about this and I'm a smart girl, but that was a dumb move, so if you're not sure, please talk to your doctor. They won't shame you. I know it's going to feel a little bit embarrassing, but it is so much better to be safe than to be dead and detoxing by yourself can absolutely do that. It can be fatal, so please please please be careful. All right before we get started a little housekeeping. If you'd like to join my book club to read how to be an anti-racist by Abram Candy, you can sign up on recovery. Happy Hour, DOT, com! We're doing a zoom discussion on July. Ninth and all the proceeds will benefit a nonprofit to be announced some time this month. Also a big thank you to Chaban and Allie for your generous donations to the podcast. I really really appreciate that. If you'd like to donate, you can do that by visiting the website, or you can always support the podcast for free by leaving a five star rating and writing a nice review on Apple podcasts for me, thank you. All right let's talk to dusty. He is thirty eight. He's been sober for just under two years works in the tech industry and lives in Indiana. We Talk Detox IOP coming out to your boss accountability therapy twelve step, and just about everything else that you could possibly do inside a rock-solid recovery program. All right, let's get to it. Hi Dusty! How are you? I'm doing good tricia. How are you I'm good I'm good. Thanks so much for sitting down with me tonight and take a minute to have a little recovery. Happy Hour with me psychic to know ula better absolutely I appreciate you having my own. Yeah, well, let's start this the same way. We start every interview on the show and that is what is your name and your sobriety date, and would you describe yourself as high or low functioning drinker? So dusty. My sobriety date is August twenty, eight, two, thousand, eighteen and I would have considered myself A. Extremely high functioning alcoholic, so got it. Yeah, we'll get into that here in just a second real quick. Tell me just a little bit about you know where you live. Are you do for a living hobbies anything like that. So I just had a birthday not too long ago. thirty eight and I live. Thank you. I live in Indiana currently live about forty miles southeast of Indianapolis in a small town of about seven hundred people so. What do you do for fun? lot of outdoors. woodworking is one of my big hobbies and spending time with family I have two young kids on both were adopted and just spending time, family and wife and kids at this point his by far my favorite thing to do
The Superposition Principle
"Hi It's Eric with some thoughts for this week's audio say on the topic of Super Position. Now to those of you in the know. Superposition is an odd word in that it is the scientific concept we reach for when trying to describe the paradox of Schroeder's cat in the theory and philosophy of quantum measurement. We don't yet know how to say that. The cat is both dead and alive at the same time. Rigorously so we fudge whatever is going on with this unfortunate feline and say that the cat and the quantum system which it's life depends are a mixture of two distinct states that are somehow co-mingled in a way that has defied a satisfying explanation for about a century. Now I'm usually loath to appeal to such quantum concepts in everyday life as there is a veritable industry of people making bad quantum analogies for example whenever you have a non quantum system that is altered by its observation that really has nothing to do with the Heisenberg uncertainty principle. Jane Goodall Chimpanzees are almost certainly altered in their behavior due to her presence. But there is likely no competent. Quantum theorist who would analogize chimps two electrons and goodall to her mission observable executing a quantum observation. Heisenberg adds nothing other than physics. Envy to the discussion of an entirely classical situation. Such as this whoever I have changed my mind in the case of superposition if I would like to explain to begin with superposition isn't a quantum phenomena for example. Imagine that you'd come from Europe to Australia. And that you had both euros and Swiss francs in your pockets. You might then be said to be in a super position because you have pocket change in both euros and francs rather than a pure state of only one currency or the other the analog of a physical observable in this situation would be something like a multiple choice question found on the landing card about the contents of your pockets. Here it is easy to see the danger of the setup assuming you have three times as much value in euros as you do in francs what happens when you get a question. That doesn't include your situation as an answer. What if the landing card asked is all of your change in a euros or be Swiss francs with no other options available? Well this as stated is a completely classical superposition problem having nothing to do with quantum theory. We're you to have such classical question asked of you like this. There would have been no way for you to answer however if the answer. We're on the multiple choice menu. There would be no problem at all and you would give a clear answer determined by the state of your pockets so if the state in question isn't on the multiple choice menu. The classical world is forced to go. Mute is there is no answer determined by the system whereas if it is found on the list of allowable choices the answers then completely determined by the system state at the time that the question was asked. Oddly the quantum world is in a way exactly as deterministic as the classical one just described despite what you may have heard to the contrary in order to understand this. We'll have to introduce a bit of jargon so long as the system now called the Hilbert Space State is on the list of answers technically called the system of eigen vectors corresponding to the question now called a quantum observable the question will return a completely deterministic answer technically called the eigen value corresponding to the State. Iconductor. These are in a sense. Good questions in quantum theory because the answer corresponding to the state of the system actually appears as one of the multiple choice options so if that is completely deterministic while then what happened to the famous quantum probability theory and the indeterminately that we hear so much about what I told you that it. We're one hundred percent confined to the situation. Which classical theory couldn't handle either? That is quantum probability theory only becomes relevant when you ask bad quantum questions where the state of the system isn't on the list of multiple choice answers when the landing card asked if all your changed completely in euros or only francs. The classical system couldn't answer because three times the value of your Swiss francs were held in Euros. So no answer could be determined but if your pocket change were somehow quantum while then you might find that seventy five percent of the time your pocket coins would bizarrely turn into pure euros and would be wilder only turn into pure francs twenty five percent of the time just by virtue of your being asked for measurement by the landing cart in the quantum theory. This is due to the multiple choice. Answers of the so-called observable represented by the landing card question not being well suited to the mix state of your pockets in a super position between euros and francs in other words quantum theory gets probabilistic. Only where classical theory went mute. All of the indeterminately appears to come from asking bad multiple choice questions in both the classical an quantum regimes in which the state of the system doesn't fit any given answer quite honestly. I've never heard a physicist rework the issue of quantum probabilities in just this way so as to highlight that the probabilistic weirdness comes only from the quantum being overly solicitous in accommodating really bad questions for some reason. They don't like the idea of Kalyan observable that doesn't have the state of the system as an allowable answer a bad question but that is precisely why I do like it points out that the quantum is deterministic. Where the classical theory is deterministic and only probabilistic where the classical theory is mute. This is because it is really willing to answer questions that are in a sense that can be made precise bad questions to begin with. That doesn't get rid of the mystery but it recasts it so it doesn't sound quite so weird. The new question is why would a quantum system over compensate for the lousy questions being posed when the classical system seems to know not to answer? So why bring any of this up well? The first reasons that I couldn't resist sneaking personal reformulation of the quantum measurement problem that most people will have never considered but the second reason is that I've come to believe that we are wasting our political lives unjust such superposition questions for example. Let's see if we can solve the abortion debate problem right now in this podcast using superposition as it is much easier than the abortion problem itself. The abortion debate problem is that everyone agrees that before fertilization. There's no human life to worry about. And that after a baby is born. There is no question that it has a right to live yet. Pro Choice and pro life. Activists insist on telling us that the developing embryo is either a mere bundle of cells suddenly becoming a life only when born or a full-fledged baby the moment the sperm enters the egg you can guess my answer here. The question of is it. A baby's life or a woman's choice is agreed upon by everyone before fertilization or following birth because the observable in question has the system as one of the two multiple choice answers in those two cases however during the process of embryonic development something miraculous is taking place that we simply don't understand scientifically somehow a nonsense blast ula becomes a baby by a process utterly opaque to science which has yet has no mature theory of consciousness. The system in Utero isn't changing and progressing superposition tilted heavily towards not being a baby at the beginning and tilted towards being one at the end of the pregnancy. But the problem here is that we have allowed the activists rather than the umbrella gist and developmental biologist to hand us the life versus choice observable with it's too terrible multiple choice options if we'd let the embryologist set the multiple choice question there would be at least twenty three carnegie stages for the embryo before you even get to fetal development but instead of going forward from what we both know and don't know with high confidence about the system. We are instead permanently. Deranged by being stuck with Schrodinger embryo by the activists who insist on working backwards from their political objectives. So does the somehow solve the abortion issue? Of course not all it does is get us to see how ridiculously transparent we are in our politics that would allow our society to be led by those activists. Who would shoehorn the central scientific miracle of human development into a nutty political binary of convenience? We don't even think to ask. Who are these people who've left us? At each other's throats debating an inappropriate multiple choice question that can never be answered well in the spirit of the portal we are always looking for a way out of our perennial problems to try to find an exit and I think that the technique here of teaching oneself to spot superposition problems in stalemated political systems brings a great deal of relief to those of us who find the perspective of naive activism fairly impoverished worldview the activist mindset is always trying to remove nuance elections. That might better match our world's needs from among the multiple choice answers until it finds a comical binary. Do you support the war on drugs? Yes or no. Are you for or against immigration? Should men and women be treated? Equally should embrace capitalism or chew socialism racism systemic problem or convenient. Excuse is China trading partner or a strategic rival has technology stagnated or. Is it in fact racing ahead at breakneck speed. Has Feminism gone too far or not far enough? In all of these cases there's an entire industry built around writing articles that involve replacing conversations that might progress towards answers in agreement with simple multiple choice. Political options that foreclose all hope in general we can surmise when this occurred because activism generally leaves a distinct signature where the true state of a system is best represented as a superposition of the last two remaining choices that bitterly divided us. Handed us by activists so I will leave you with the following thought. The principle of superposition is not limited to quantum weirdness and it may be governing your life at a level. You have never considered think about where you were. Most divided from your loved ones politically. Then ask yourself when I listened to the debates at my dinner table. Am I hearing set of multiple choice answers that sound like? They were developed by scholars interested in understanding or by activists who are pushing for an outcome if the ladder thing about whether you couldn't make more progress with those you love by recognizing that the truth is usually in some kind of a superposition of the last remaining answers pushed by the activists. But you don't have to accept these middle brow binary dilemmas and try llamas instead. Trask a new question if my loved ones and I trust the terms of debate foisted upon us by strangers activists in the news media. Could we together fashionable list of multiple choice answers that we might agree? Contain an answer. We all could live with and that better describes the true state of the system. I mean do you really want open or closed borders? Do you really WanNa talk about Scylla Simon in heroin in the same breath. Do you really want to claim that there is no systemic oppression or that governs every aspect of our lives before long. It is my hope that you will develop an intuition. That many long running stalemated discussions are really about having our lives shoehorned by others into inappropriate binary that can only represent. The state of our world is a superposition of inappropriate and simplistic answers. That you never would have chosen for
Lara Lee, author ‘Coconut & Sambal’, shares one of her favourite recipes
"My name is Laura Lee and I'm the author of coconut and SOM- ball which is an Indonesian cookbook and a collection of recipes. That belong to both my grandmother who was from team. Oh originally and also the many generous Indonesian locals that I met across the Capella Go. As I raise such this book I wanted to choose for you today. A recipe that I felt could Bryson even the dullest of meals as we all? Sit at home during lockdown. Thinking about what? We're going to Cook Nick so the recipe that I will teach you how to make a tomato. Samba and somehow is a chilly. Relish that Indonesians loved to aid in fact. They can't live without Samba and they eat a little bit of Psalm. Bal with every meal so this particular. Samba is very very simple to make. And you'll need a few ingredients. I would always recommend having a food process. That will blend on hand if you want to keep life easy for you when you make Your Samba. All but the most traditional way to do it is to use a lodge and Ula Kahn. Which is an Indonesian version of mortar and pestle but you can really use birth. Start to start with. You'll need twenty long red chillies. I like to keep the seeds in but you can deceit if you have a lower chilly tolerance. But I'm all about the heat's you'll need to garlic cloves about twenty grams of Jinja. That's about four centimeters shoe. Small Banana Chamot's or four TASHA lot if you can't find shallots during lockdown than you could also use roughly about a quarter of an onion. You could also use and eighty grams of cherry tomatoes or you could also use normal red tomatoes so if you place the chilies garlic. Ginger locked and tomatoes in a food processor you can blend them to a semi fine paste and you want to try to retain a little texture. If you want to go the traditional route then please do Ryan those ingredients in your mortar and pestle and start with the hottest ingredient first and then work your way up now to place a frying pan on a medium heat and add around about four tablespoons of a neutral oil such as sunflower oil. You want to add the pace to the pan and stirred around continuously for around about ten to fifteen minutes. I'd almost even suggest saying fifteen minutes is Betta just because you want the fragrance in Roy to release from those ingredients and you want to see the liquid from the tomatoes evaporate as the pace cooking wants the Sambas dockand in thicket consistency. You can now remove it from the heat and you want to seize the Psalm Ball with one teaspoon of tamarind paste Hafa teaspoon of palm sugar or brown sugar up and a little bit of sea salt and black death up now in lockdown. You might not be able to find cameron paced so a great substitute would be one teaspoon of lime or lemon juice mixed we have one teaspoon of Brown's show got you can also substitute the brown sugar palm sugar with normal sugar. It's a very forgiving recipe and do season with a little bit more. Tamarind and she'll get to taste as you see fit what you can eat ball with his anything and everything. I will dollop it onto pizza. Omelettes fried rice noodles. Anything GOES WITH SAMBA. And what is wonderful about? It is that it keeps in the fridge for a roundabout awake or you can freeze it for up to three months. So it's a really versatile condiment and it will transport your taste buds to
"ula" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Innovation that works. I'm David Brancaccio in New York these social media advertising and big data company. Facebook came under fire again this week after it emerged that user phone numbers. Facebook collected as a security precaution can be used as a way to see a person's private profile and yesterday, the CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced a lengthy online post that his company is now in the process of coordinating its Instagram WhatsApp Facebook messenger properties to create for users kind of online private space Zuckerberg calls this digital living room. Where communications will apparently be more private and Crittenden crypto. Marketplace's Andy ULA reports to a lot of folks who study this stuff. The timing announcement to focus on privacy seemed strange. I don't get it. I don't get why they would ever have done this. I don't get it. Karen, north teaches digital social media at USC with the phone numbers. This week talk of a federal fine on top of the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Nor says people now assume Facebook is selling their data, and it'll be tough to sell the company as an expert in privacy. It just comes across as completely inauthentic in. The announcement Zuckerberg admitted the company has an uphill battle saying, quote, we don't currently have a strong reputation for building privacy protective services, unquote. But he assured folks Facebook can build it university of North Carolina professors ineffectual is a problem is that Zuckerberg isn't addressing the company's business model. Facebook itself is surveillance machine. And they're talking about primacy was shot talking about what they do which is collect data and sell it. She says even if it can reinvent itself as a privacy company. Facebook will face even more difficulty moderating content because if that's all privates. Who was there to tell you to take it down? I mean. Euler for marketplace. The US Federal Reserve is ending publicly published grades for some of its stress test exams in which the largest banks were getting pass or fail marks on whether they can keep lending during a severe financial crisis. This is the latest in one of the biggest steps in easing financial security scrutiny measures that were put into place after the two thousand eight financial crisis. Marketplace's Eric embarrasses here with more. The fed is gonna stop giving these pass or fail grades on one half of its stressed has for domestic banks. Where regulators look at a bank's internal data. Then judge how the Bank assesses its own risks. These changes could make it easier for banks to get approval from regulators to pay higher or buy back. Their own shares back in two thousand fourteen when city group failed the stress test for two years straight. The fed didn't allow city group to increase dividends or and repurchase stock, and it will cut down the chance of the fed surprising markets with bad news about the banks. What's the early reaction been from the banks? Thanks have long been critical of the stress tests and say the banking system is secure. So for them. That's a relief. Critics say a less transparent financial system could set the stage for a repeat of the two thousand a crisis. Right. So give us a sense Erica with this new era of oversights gonna look like. At the fed is still going to be running these tests. But the results will now be private, and the fed says slip ups could still warrant consequences and banks could still get public failing grades for another part of the same exam that make sure they have enough cash on hand. No, right. Thank you very much. Let's do the numbers the one.
"ula" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"ULA were right this coming from, but everytime you got your car, you'll like that might be my last son at the store. Jack, she my fuck it. Hear about it as a dark days mad those early. Were you like I could be thrown out of here and then I would have nothing. This is literally all I have to say that I have a career, Eddie sort of Korean or anything. Tell people polling. I was telling Leo that she was around half the people would be in there because there was no outside promotions, yes, promoted on Tuesday, everybody you pull that list to be regular. You follow me? Yeah, shot would be going up. You know, I got a lotta guy wouldn't be going up because she would allow it. You had to be a regular club. Brow is Dan tonight. The fuck of may was packed as she through j Davies. He's calling ball. He what that people make, but he sold out the room. I don't give a fun. I mean, that was the beauty about veggie sure that she'd had play that shit. What you saw out rooms. He's not funny, but let's let line anyway. She didn't play that and that club was tanking. That's why that's why hockey's. That's why would all his bullshit. He won't go back that that hurts to walk out of the country still get beat up. Yeah, that hurts. That's why Seinfeld would go back in SRI through a lot of people out of that. That's PTSD Mitzi show Dinah PT as they because she gave out a ton of PT as people. She shatter lot of people. She shouted people. That's why top people. Go fucking around in unless you don't say, yeah, Richard Pryor has no joke. Don't go messing with Jews, no money. You know, that's the same thing that don't go messing with down there unless you got all your spots. Coward. I know. I know you girl from told you you're the best comedians. You also pay rent do you? Yeah. Okay. Then ship a fuck up. You know you, you have to your heart that you did this. You do that. I did this. I fell apart at this level. I felt by this level because everytime I was going to the store I there was a Saturday Friday that lineup, so I could follow AJ Jamal Amer the name AJ Joel and let see fucking Dahmer everyday. And I had a follow him down always, you know, and then she was going to be of there. She was going to be a, you'd watch her hope that any Griffin would get a while the girls would get it at. Yeah, e. her into the fuck at original room. But if you seen how making a way of your heart just fucking start, you would just. Did she sit bench and you go up there and after three jokes, you got along sixteen minutes. Gene. That's how long sixty minutes her that fucking booth over that she would light a candle. So you'd see your face yet. Fucking how much either. Like you're eighty, you'll his with his gets ugly. I bombed. Consistently individual. Like I'm a big boy. I tell you guys legitimately over that. Don't getting Zion from start my God, my heart's gonna blow up like I love you. Never shake that shit. I like people. Emails from people were written something like, what's that page? Where people talk shared by read it. They, they were like, Joey and Ari, they laugh good comedians. They just kissed right rings and all this year. And I laugh at those statements because they have no idea. Like I started bombing in the original talk, listen, she may be a regular Sunday. She put me the original Monday. I got bumped by any Griffin then I like a bag of Dicks Wednesday. How long have you been doing comedy at this time? Swear business, yes. Square business. I started ninety one and she made me a regular. It ninety seven, but I was doing comedy from ninety three full timing of guys. You aren't at very irritable. I was four years, but I was a good for years. I featuring the road, okay. I was legitimately featuring the road. I had the power to walk it. If these mother fuckers that don't, I was already featuring on the road, I would've via STAN hopes thing. Now I got out of my car Monday, eight denied to shine with alka poco with the sycamore in the sycamore land that motherfucker used to be Caputo, all you get night shit without a Polk. All right to the company on Monday night..
"ula" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"The ula roll forward us you know you you know how a mentally programs available i mean i was our stories of is i was i was storybook it's the case of if you look around the paddock everybody's trying one hundred percent to make it work you know this this special but which will maybe in a slightly different way indeed you have you've got very communal atmosphere and that was on fierce when in the restarted race today on the sunday for the sport guys you know james got second there was a big role in james leaders even bigger roy obviously it's all it's all worked out very well we're bringing james in but once they're bitter sweet kind of taste because of the the team was all centered around bulan did you want your first podium to be with bill or does it not really matter no it does not said no i would have i would have yeah i mean i cannot consider i mean that's that's taking something away from the team yes they you know the the started out with was closed last year main everytime watch the pack video of of of of beyond buses curry i think he's going to go past the mall time he he just just also i mean the thing about the own he realizes what we put into it and he puts in very mature rats south and he doesn't get the you know the credit i mean we he's.
"ula" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"I i did one mahbubug does john youngblood caused bin now you out of luck that what caused doubt then started listening i joke my roberto and found some human folk then i recall it at all older noises while we spoke i naybet's add buck stunning i bob i want you to join it is that's the fat hey how you doing listeners adam buxton here guess where i am no wrong as if come on i wouldn't go there if you paid me while i might go there you pay me but i'm not i'm in norfolk surprise it's in east and ula uk and i'm walking in a field really mixing things up this week out with my best dog friend truth be told probably my only doak friend rosy she's up ahead investigating possibilities for socializing with 'undesirables after which she will probably zip off for about forty five minutes and not respond to my kohl's and then turn up later on at the house acting weirdly running around rolling on the floor and um jumping on the table and jumping off again as if she's been taking crank with the rabits which may well be what she gets up to all she's just stung her polls on some nettles in his regretting it but that's rosy everything else is more or less back to normal hair i guess relatively speaking after last week's crazy snow fun rather a great day to day another one anyway listen i know you love where the chat but let me tell you about port costs number sixty seven.
"ula" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"That is heaven the title track from the new jamila woods record newly reissued jim ula woods record unsound opinions how about the title heaven a g a v n all caps no he he he he there is this incredibly long and wonderful history in african american music of imagining a utopian society right whether we're talking about george clinton four cenre more erica by do or jamila woods so what is heaven for you and what it what is that comes up what are you saying yeah i to me the concept is how how having can be here like here meaning in my community in chicago how can i personally create for myself you know maybe through south love through selfacceptance a sense of heaven but also how can make community black woman people of color young people of color how can we create spaces that feel safe than feel where we can live and survive and love on because that's what a lot of his is about two starting with the the title track yeah i remember learning and reading aloud about hooks and just learning about the ways that yes slavery and then all of the reverberations after that how that has affected black people's ability to love each other and love ourselves and that is kind of the cut of gulu i think that every song is about love in some way yeah and what i have gathered from interviews you've given a jamila the church as it is with so much of black chicago is not only a source of musical inspiration for you but of community activism and sort of the start of a political consciousness right.
"ula" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks
"For ula given up on humanity jason i have given up on humanity by welcome our robot overlords i'm so tired of people being stupid and the way that were working and moving towards is just making us worse and worse and worse speaking of worse than were hangar now he just gotta let me let me come in on this one because yes the whole the whole shit with stuff in the car give me a cassette player in a cup holder nami know even the germans they go why do you need a cup holder in your car you're driving you should not be drinking while driving even if it just so that no uh yes it is terrible when you're at a stoplight i want you to count when the light turns green count before that first car leaves you will see that it's about five seconds it is about a third of a second before i'm on my horn of your but could have on behind you i am on the horn as soon as the goddamn light goes but look at people they are fucking all over the place it's ridiculous nip and it is it's bad okay this and are set out my so let me get back into my what would have been my awesome segue speaking in her just when you thought over actually couldn't get any worse than they are as a company they find a way to shock me heinz though you beat me to this way i've i was like this is the one i thought that i was gonna be it issue the punch on getting in the notes is weak now i know if i'm more mad at uber or find more mad at apple kugler spillover be more mad at hoover over his iowa's app has secret permissions that allowed it to copy your phone screen let me repeat that and rephrase it if you have the hoover app on your iphone they can take screen shots of your phone no matter if the app is actively running or not any time they want and they are sent to her.
"ula" Discussed on The Longest Shortest Time
"Essentially unproductive ula goes on in her sa to say this isn't guilds and essential cog in the machinery of conscience when i search back through my correspondence with sherman alexi i find him insisting that we can't afford to disempower white people because we need them to empower the rest of us white people he proposes have the political power to make change exactly because they are white when we come back how ula is trying to teach these lessons to her eightyearold son stay with us and you say advertisements so cursed into you know the number one reason that kids will choose a snack eight hundred eight obviously right i mean that's why we all jesus unfortunately the tastiest snacks are not always the healthiest sugar like how do you stop kids from snacking on junk food hattrick how fun i think you gotta give them hunting that is tasty and healthy and may kind of fun in goal to you know that's easy right it is when you have gogo squeeze so go go squeeze is one of those squeeze abol pouches it's an all natural 100 percent fruit snack with no artificial anything it a case good they taste yummy and they've got fourteen great tasting varieties you've got apple banana apple raspberry lemon twist just calling this stuff applesauce doesn't even begin to describe it man my kids born at the wrong time i wish that they had been around when he was a little lung shortest time listeners you are lucky that your kids were born now so they can enjoy go go small news snuka gogo squeeze today.
"ula" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"If you could have you we don't know exactly what was offered but if they could have gotten something comparable to what the tigers ended up getting in the wilson of ula package figuring hand is maybe a little bit better than wilson is not a huge difference i would have taken that deal the i heard mix things from different clubs i know the padres felt like they weren't getting solid offers at all i know that they wonder why well that says something doesn't it if if people are going to give you a huge offers it says something about how they feel about the pitcher of volatile performer i did here they asked another club for two non top one hundred prospects as the return so to non elite guys because obviously devalued as prospects and that other club had said no natural a an example of one but i wonder if their teams were just not valuing bread ham bet highly either may be looking at him and saying scarves on waiver sixteen months ago you're really going to give up a lot of prospect valium return just to get him knowing he might still be that guy yeah all right i wanna get from each of you a sleeper move sort of an under the radar move that didn't get a lot of attention that you you really like for example in all throw this went out uh i loved the diamondbacks acquisition of david hernandez in a deal with the angels he's only make and five hundred thirty five thousand dollars a series of veteran pitcher he's having a good year mentioned the volatility of relief performance guys like him you wait for them to get hot and they pick him up to help out their bullpen an extra arm carl you would jump at i think how he kendrick's move is a big move i you know you you look around that the last couple of years we focus on bullpen but uh you know did the nationals have done a lot of good things the idea that the.
"ula" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Well it's an easy one i mean this guy zuckerberg overseas a platform that couldn't figure out how to dispel fake news okay in the last year so versus a guy who's basically tried to trade with electric you're trying to get us to mars trying to get it from new york to washington in about twenty five minutes so to me i think you stick with moscow in this one is also got a company called nearly which is working on an interface a brain to computer interface implant something in your brain so you can directly interface with the computer without any keyboard or anything that that's amazing are extremists ruble nobody on this desk is arguing that the that they aren't but when you look at the i think must is looking one domino away and the exergen berg is looking at what faces him right now so i the it is exciting when you really think about it so i would sucker burgers very exciting ula musk is saying what about if you use this for ban i mean he is looking at right now right the use of ai in the home zuckerberg says working on that sort of pride act i i don't i don't i i hear what you're saying i disagreed that the fake news thing to point that has zakar berg understands a lot about the way technology affects people how they interact with other people i i think that what a listen i mean think about this okay every sifi movie that we've seen in the last fifty years navy percent of it is actually come to fruit should okay so i think he must is probably onto something here okay sky that remember terminator back at like thirty some years ago whatever you know we're not so far away from that so to me i actually think it makes sense why not be really skeptical and really nervous about this stuff you can always dial it back of it's just a change for good for agreeable so you you can linked live brain to why we not your for my brain link.
"ula" Discussed on The Ziglar Show
"Well let's talk on that topic a right there you seventy percent don't like the job more and more we want meetings meeting so in pursuing something ula which again your speaking mile angel come on my dad wrote the book 48 is the work you love yet i can't imagine and just can't handle work it it something devoting myself to something that i don't really believe in that i would in essence do for free if i didn't need the money right that doesn't inspire me doesn't taurus my innate skills abilities passions enjoys though on that the work at your passions work at what you love that has also gotten some hits in recent years of big names who have come against that and i understand from marketing standpoint you can get a lot of mileage out of a contrary view addicts i think at the core we were all speaking the same thing but to that two to one to the audience of folks go oh my gosh i would love to do something i would love and to maybe some of the critics they've heard on that we speak a little bit too just the validity and the value of work in his i've been you care about yeah absolutely and it's in your best signs of that because i think that anything you can get kind of a bad name and so you see these moments of people that are just irresponsible and they do stupid they have a jerry maguire moment i grabbed the gold this show me the money on outta here and they completely uh you know just completed put everything there live at risk their wife's our kids their mortgage all this and just don't really stupid wets that's not what i recommend and in fact that's why i encourage starting on the side to prove your idea and start small i want you to do what you love but i don't what you jumping off a cliff where again the blood the business becomes the burden instead of a blessing let's do it smart and then this whole movement of doing what you love can have a great reputation in a great named because you're not doing irresponsibly words putting things at risk.